“Lacchi”: A Haunting Tale of Loss and Resilience


The upcoming film “Lacchi” has set the stage for a powerful cinematic experience, bringing to light the heart-wrenching issue of missing children in India, especially girls. Directed by the acclaimed Krishnegowda, known for his social commentary films, “Lacchi” weaves a narrative around the titular character, a woman battling hardship, marital abuse, and the unimaginable loss of her daughter, Sita.

The film’s trailer, which has already garnered significant attention, offers a glimpse into Lacchi’s unwavering determination to build a brighter future for Sita. However, their dreams are shattered when Sita vanishes unexpectedly. The trailer cleverly weaves in questions surrounding the reason behind Sita’s disappearance, prompting viewers to contemplate the possible roles of poverty, societal pressures, religious beliefs, and even Lacchi’s marital struggles.

“Lacchi” is more than just a missing child story; it’s a poignant portrayal of a mother’s unwavering love and resilience in the face of unimaginable tragedy. The film is poised to spark important conversations about societal issues that contribute to the vulnerability of children, particularly girls, in India. With Krishnegowda’s signature style of social commentary and a gripping narrative, “Lacchi” promises to be a film that leaves a lasting impact.

The cast of the film includes Greeshma Shreedar, Tejasvini Ramesh, Krishne Gowda, Kaveri Shreedar and Mahadev Hadapad. The film is based on a story by former minister and activist BT Lalitha Naik.



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